Frontiers 03: New Writing on Cutting-edge Science by Leading Scientists

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Atlantic Books, 2003 - Science - 142 pages
Frontiers 02 is Britain's only science yearbook aimed at general readers. In twenty specially commissioned essays, all previously unpublished, lading science writers Martin Rees, Tim Hubbard, Brian Butterworth, among many others, write on the developments and breakthroughs in science and technology in 2002. The terrain covered is extensive to include topics as diverse as space travel, life on other planets, human cloning, vaccinations and disease, palaeontology, extinction and the weather. It is essential reading.

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Contents

Staring at faces from the past
1
the wind beneath their wings
11
Biodiversity and the case of the missing lynx
20
life is what you make of
28
see how they
35
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